This book is an important one. It gives Mental illness in tweens and teens a voice. It’s deep and sad, but it also resonates joy.
This books speaks volumes about animals being displaced from their homes, particularly a precious koala called Nala. Let’s go on a journey with her as she tries to find her home…
What do Nit Boy, Toffle Towers and Awesome friendly adventure all have in common? Read on to find out…
I think all of us have a bit of Moonfish in us both before and after his time of self-discovery, thank you Graeme Base for reminding us that we are all wonderful and have a place of belonging.
The Happiest Man on Earth is a story of survival.
It’s barely imaginable.
Even though Eddie gives us a glimpse of what he went through, we really cannot understand the adversity he experienced, but we can give his story a voice
This book is a little treasure trove of momentos and information about Anne Frank and her family. A great educational tool that is perfect for use at home or the classroom.
There is no one quite like Hodgepodge. He’s a cheeky, smelly, farty monster who is also very endearing.
Alice lives with her grandmother and loves to make lists, in fact she makes them everyday. But, the one thing she wishes for is a friend the same size as her.